Composer, arranger and jedi master of tickling the ivories Daniel Ketchum has arrived with an enchanting and moving collection of instrumental delights titled Resonance of Echoes.
There’s a comforting darkness as Daniel’s fingers move up and down the octaves with ease.
A corner of his soul peeks out from behind the curtain in the form of heart-gripping frequencies, thoughtful arrangements, and an insatiable inkling deep down inside to just sit back, relax, and let go of all resistance to not let go.
Daniel’s compositions move from track 1 (Ash) to track 10 (The Last Lullaby) seamlessly and with flawless technique.
If you’re not careful, you’ll lose track of time. When the album ends, you’ll feel like you’ve suddenly been jerked out of a deep meditative state…then you’ll want to start over and listen again.
Ketchum’s ability to grab your attention from the first note and drag you along as he paints hauntingly beautiful soundscapes is similar to staring at a piece of art, attempting but unable to determine why you can’t walk away.
Every time you try to step away, you’re pulled right back into it.
Resonance of Echoes is art.
It is a masterful display of passion for the piano, a life long journey of exploring that passion, and years of experience aligning with the musical pulse that emanages from the creative being, Daniel Ketchum.
Resonance of Echoes is now streaming on Spotify. Playlist it, share it and follow Daniel to show your support.
You can connect directly and explore previous releases by visiting his website.